We’ve been contacted for help after news of the PFEW cyber attacks hit the headlines. We’ve taken cases forward on a No Win, No Fee basis.
This latest action is one of the dozens different data breach group actions and multi-party actions we’re fighting for justice in. That’s on top of the thousands who have come to us for help for individual cases having been at the forefront of data breach compensation action since 2015.
Unlike some law firms, we don’t just register information and wait a while until we can determine if there’s a claim to make. We take action right away, and we offer our clients No Win, No Fee representation as we fight for justice for data breach victims.
Can you claim compensation as a victim of the PFEW cyber attacks?
You may be entitled to claim data breach compensation as a victim of the recent PFEW cyber attacks.
Whether your information has been exposed in one or both of the two incidents, we may be able to help you.
At the moment, PFEW have been unable to determine if information they hold was exposed in the attack. The attack appeared to not be specifically targeting them, but their systems were breached. Without the assurance that data has been protected, those caught up in the incident have every right to be concerned.
And that’s why we’re taking action.
As lawyers, we listen to you. We’ve been contacted by victims affected by the breach, and they’re worried. That’s why we’ve agreed to take their cases forward.
Free, no-obligation advice
We’re happy to offer you free, no-obligation advice about your options if you’ve been affected by the PFEW cyber attacks that took place in March 2019.
The incidents have been reported to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) and the National Crime Agency (NCA) for investigation. Our action for compensation is separate and is for those who wish to claim data breach compensation.
For those who have signed-up for our services, we’ve offered No Win, No Fee arrangements. You can contact our team seven days a week, including late on weeknights, for help and advice.
For a little more information about the PFEW cyber attacks, have a read of our previously article here.
IMPORTANT: advice on this page is intended to be up-to-date for the 'first published date'.
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